When was the last time you had to develop marketing collateral for your business? You might have launched a billboard, developed a brochure, or initiated Google Ad Words campaigns. Regardless, you used advertising copywriting to get your message across. The term refers to the words that market a message.
Advertising copywriting can be some of the trickiest. In essence, you have 3 – 5 words to convey a message and garner interest in your product. Wawa is one of my favorite examples of excellent advertising copywriting. Their messages are consistently concise and compelling.Request a free consultation.
If you’re ready to get Wawa-esque with eMarketing Copywriter contact us today for a free consultation. Need to think about it some more? Please keep reading.
When you consider advertising copy for your business, admittedly on a smaller scale, you may consider a professional copy writer for the following:
- Google Ad words campaigns
- Professional Advertisements for Print
- Company Taglines or Catch Phrases
- A to B Conversion Testing (for Landing Pages or Web Site Content)
- Jingles for Radio
- Headlines for Print
- Blog Topic Creative
- Website Content Headers
- Post Cards
- Company branded give-aways
- Tradeshow Graphics
Advertising copy writing may be one of the most undervalued services a professional copy writer provides. In fact, who thought that developing a few sentences, or words, could be difficult? Hiring someone with a knack for creative is an efficient, cost effective way to advertise your business. Their suggestions will help you get your message out, assuring a more successful outcome to your ad campaigns.
Besides, who doesn’t sing the Coca Cola “I’d like to teach the world to sing” song? That, Friends, is effective advertising copy writing.